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|Title:||English 123: Contemporary World Literature|
|Abstract:||This is a syllabus for an Introduction to Contemporary World Literature course that explores major cultures through short stories and excerpts from world-renowned authors. The focus of this course is on multicultural texts, with an emphasis on gender, post-colonialism, memoir, magic realism, indigenous peoples, migrants,and self-reflection. This course is meant to teach students how to demonstrate familiarity with important authors, works, genres, and themes of contemporary world literature; how to analyze and interpret themes using the conventions of literary analysis; and how to demonstrate the ability to analyze the literature by using textual evidence to support an interpretation of an author’s work.|
|Citation Info:||Saleem, S. (2018). "English 123: Contemporary World Literature." Syllabus submitted for the International Studies Research Lab, Champaign, IL.|
|Date Available in IDEALS:||2018-10-23|
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Results of the work done by community college educators as part of the Title VI Department of Education Grant.